Origin of the Local Bubble

@article{Fuchs2009OriginOT,
  title={Origin of the Local Bubble},
  author={Burkhard Fuchs and Dieter Breitschwerdt and Miguel A. de Avillez and Christian Dettbarn},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={143},
  pages={437-448}
}
AbstractWe present a new unbiased search for OB associations in the Solar neighbourhood which have hosted the progenitor stars of the core collapse supernovae responsible for the Local Bubble in the interstellar gas. For this purpose we have analyzed a volume complete set (with a diameter of 400 pc) of B stars drawn from the $\mathsf{Hipparcos}$ catalogue and the $\mathsf{Arivel}$ data base, from which candidate members were selected by a kinematical criterion. After careful dereddening the… 
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